FluidSynth MIDI Synthesizer Apk Download New*

2.0.25

Turn your device into a FluidSynth synthesizer.
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4/5 Votes: 875
Developer
Volcano Mobile SNC
Updated
October 25, 2021
Version
2.0.25
Requirements
4.4 And Up
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FluidSynth MIDI Synthesizer Apk Download New*

NOTE: A SoundFont (.sf2) is needed to make use of this synthesizer.

FluidSynth MIDI Synthesizer Apk Obtain New* mod apk

Plug your tool on your pc, or hook a MIDI USB grasp keyboard by way of an OTG cable to play with this low-latency FluidSynth 2.1.7 primarily based Synthesizer.

FluidSynth MIDI Synthesizer Apk Obtain New*

– load SoundFont 2
– file your performances without delay in WAVE recordsdata

FluidSynth MIDI Synthesizer Apk Obtain New* apk mod

This software makes use of a changed model of FluidSynth, you’ll be able to to find the supply code right here https://github.com/VolcanoMobile/fluidsynth-android

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160 comments on "FluidSynth MIDI Synthesizer Apk Download New*"

  1. Leeland Sesilia says:

    Why does this app ask for location permissions? It does what it’s meant to do, but looking through the list of permissions on Google Play, the FIRST ONE listed is Location. Explain.

  2. Elfrieda Robbie says:

    Why does this app ask for location permissions? It does what it’s meant to do, but looking through the list of permissions on Google Play, the FIRST ONE listed is Location. Explain.

  3. Bliths Clayne says:

    Why does this app ask for location permissions? It does what it’s meant to do, but looking through the list of permissions on Google Play, the FIRST ONE listed is Location. Explain.

  4. Audrina Dyane says:

    Why does this app ask for location permissions? It does what it’s meant to do, but looking through the list of permissions on Google Play, the FIRST ONE listed is Location. Explain.

  5. Alean Blossom says:

    Great idea. Latency on my Samsung J6 too much; may be better on more premium models. Sounds are very good quality. If you sort latency on mid range and lower end phones you’ll make a killing!! Good luck

  6. Ahebban Latimer says:

    Great idea. Latency on my Samsung J6 too much; may be better on more premium models. Sounds are very good quality. If you sort latency on mid range and lower end phones you’ll make a killing!! Good luck

  7. Chilton Quenton says:

    Great idea. Latency on my Samsung J6 too much; may be better on more premium models. Sounds are very good quality. If you sort latency on mid range and lower end phones you’ll make a killing!! Good luck

  8. Keinan Dorien says:

    Great idea. Latency on my Samsung J6 too much; may be better on more premium models. Sounds are very good quality. If you sort latency on mid range and lower end phones you’ll make a killing!! Good luck

  9. Domokos Aldric says:

    This app works fine after installation. But it keeps foeced stop after phone reboot, which means every reboot, I need to uninstall and install it again.

  10. Christianah Jef says:

    This app works fine after installation. But it keeps foeced stop after phone reboot, which means every reboot, I need to uninstall and install it again.

  11. Briallan Alford says:

    This app works fine after installation. But it keeps foeced stop after phone reboot, which means every reboot, I need to uninstall and install it again.

  12. Witter Heather says:

    This app works fine after installation. But it keeps foeced stop after phone reboot, which means every reboot, I need to uninstall and install it again.

  13. Berenice Digon says:

    This works great with my Arduino BLE projects. I am curious though, does the premium version enable multiple simultaneous Bluetooth peripherals?

  14. Clyford Winnie says:

    This works great with my Arduino BLE projects. I am curious though, does the premium version enable multiple simultaneous Bluetooth peripherals?

  15. Beale Britney says:

    This works great with my Arduino BLE projects. I am curious though, does the premium version enable multiple simultaneous Bluetooth peripherals?

  16. Leonato Audrielle says:

    This works great with my Arduino BLE projects. I am curious though, does the premium version enable multiple simultaneous Bluetooth peripherals?

  17. Wentworth Barnaby says:

    Keystation Mini 32: 1)Easily recognizes & connects 2)Some internal sounds acceptable, others are a little thin. 3)With my keyboard it requires a lot of resources and power. 4)This demand tells me that sticking with my pc is only practical although on a basic level the software does work. It does what it is supposed to do.

  18. Patrina Blyss says:

    Keystation Mini 32: 1)Easily recognizes & connects 2)Some internal sounds acceptable, others are a little thin. 3)With my keyboard it requires a lot of resources and power. 4)This demand tells me that sticking with my pc is only practical although on a basic level the software does work. It does what it is supposed to do.

  19. Wythe Aldous says:

    Keystation Mini 32: 1)Easily recognizes & connects 2)Some internal sounds acceptable, others are a little thin. 3)With my keyboard it requires a lot of resources and power. 4)This demand tells me that sticking with my pc is only practical although on a basic level the software does work. It does what it is supposed to do.

  20. Jenilynn Jeaneen says:

    Keystation Mini 32: 1)Easily recognizes & connects 2)Some internal sounds acceptable, others are a little thin. 3)With my keyboard it requires a lot of resources and power. 4)This demand tells me that sticking with my pc is only practical although on a basic level the software does work. It does what it is supposed to do.

  21. Terrance Spring says:

    I loaded this on my new Samsung Galaxy Tab A, and it worked with my AKAI EWI-USB, so I bought the premium version. Then my tablet said it needed to do system updates. After the update the app loaded, found the instrument, but showed no presets. No sound comes out. I’ve tried deleting and reloading the app, but it’s the same. I tried a factory reset, but it remembers the OS update, so the app still fails. I tried sending an email to the developers, but got no response. Not happy.

  22. Quintessen Tassa says:

    I loaded this on my new Samsung Galaxy Tab A, and it worked with my AKAI EWI-USB, so I bought the premium version. Then my tablet said it needed to do system updates. After the update the app loaded, found the instrument, but showed no presets. No sound comes out. I’ve tried deleting and reloading the app, but it’s the same. I tried a factory reset, but it remembers the OS update, so the app still fails. I tried sending an email to the developers, but got no response. Not happy.

  23. Freemon Vannes says:

    I loaded this on my new Samsung Galaxy Tab A, and it worked with my AKAI EWI-USB, so I bought the premium version. Then my tablet said it needed to do system updates. After the update the app loaded, found the instrument, but showed no presets. No sound comes out. I’ve tried deleting and reloading the app, but it’s the same. I tried a factory reset, but it remembers the OS update, so the app still fails. I tried sending an email to the developers, but got no response. Not happy.

  24. Cyndy Mickeel says:

    I loaded this on my new Samsung Galaxy Tab A, and it worked with my AKAI EWI-USB, so I bought the premium version. Then my tablet said it needed to do system updates. After the update the app loaded, found the instrument, but showed no presets. No sound comes out. I’ve tried deleting and reloading the app, but it’s the same. I tried a factory reset, but it remembers the OS update, so the app still fails. I tried sending an email to the developers, but got no response. Not happy.

  25. Stepne Kindra says:

    Truly this app works flawlessly in my MIDI Novation Launchkey mk2, but the developer of the APP need to develop instruments registration bank, which will be most useful for playing live on stage professionally, need Sustain option, if not this apps is only useful for practicing at home.

  26. Maude Levyna says:

    Truly this app works flawlessly in my MIDI Novation Launchkey mk2, but the developer of the APP need to develop instruments registration bank, which will be most useful for playing live on stage professionally, need Sustain option, if not this apps is only useful for practicing at home.

  27. Grayson Shad says:

    Truly this app works flawlessly in my MIDI Novation Launchkey mk2, but the developer of the APP need to develop instruments registration bank, which will be most useful for playing live on stage professionally, need Sustain option, if not this apps is only useful for practicing at home.

  28. Bradshaw Agness says:

    Truly this app works flawlessly in my MIDI Novation Launchkey mk2, but the developer of the APP need to develop instruments registration bank, which will be most useful for playing live on stage professionally, need Sustain option, if not this apps is only useful for practicing at home.

  29. Jadira Estmund says:

    Using this with my Biodata Sonification Device (Midisprout!) it works. The interface I use is the iconnectivity midi1 cable. Not the most beautiful eyecandy though

  30. Evalina Bart says:

    Using this with my Biodata Sonification Device (Midisprout!) it works. The interface I use is the iconnectivity midi1 cable. Not the most beautiful eyecandy though

  31. Radbyrne Daxton says:

    Using this with my Biodata Sonification Device (Midisprout!) it works. The interface I use is the iconnectivity midi1 cable. Not the most beautiful eyecandy though

  32. Wadley Graent says:

    Using this with my Biodata Sonification Device (Midisprout!) it works. The interface I use is the iconnectivity midi1 cable. Not the most beautiful eyecandy though

  33. Talaith Arlinda says:

    At max volume its kinda quiet but other then that it does everthing fine with low latencey and support of other soundfonts.

  34. China Clyfford says:

    At max volume its kinda quiet but other then that it does everthing fine with low latencey and support of other soundfonts.

  35. Damein Dereke says:

    At max volume its kinda quiet but other then that it does everthing fine with low latencey and support of other soundfonts.

  36. Wella Ardell says:

    At max volume its kinda quiet but other then that it does everthing fine with low latencey and support of other soundfonts.

  37. Clemintina Birdie says:

    hello devs, i have sent you an email way back march 2, 2019 and have not heard from you but i could see you have been able to respond to reviews since that time. Why is Roland A49 not supported but supported by other similar apps?

  38. Jeffrey Mather says:

    hello devs, i have sent you an email way back march 2, 2019 and have not heard from you but i could see you have been able to respond to reviews since that time. Why is Roland A49 not supported but supported by other similar apps?

  39. Diandra Gorawen says:

    hello devs, i have sent you an email way back march 2, 2019 and have not heard from you but i could see you have been able to respond to reviews since that time. Why is Roland A49 not supported but supported by other similar apps?

  40. Rudyard Remington says:

    hello devs, i have sent you an email way back march 2, 2019 and have not heard from you but i could see you have been able to respond to reviews since that time. Why is Roland A49 not supported but supported by other similar apps?

  41. Aslinn Jaymes says:

    Works incredibly well with my controller app BeatScratch! I plan to link to it from within the app. My one complaint: after switching SoundFonts, the synthesizer starts going kinda glitchy and restarting all the time. If I go into the Android app info for the settings, “Force stop” it, and then try again, FluidSynth plays everything beautifully. But something in switching the fonts is broken unless you do this.

  42. Trevan Angelquea says:

    Works incredibly well with my controller app BeatScratch! I plan to link to it from within the app. My one complaint: after switching SoundFonts, the synthesizer starts going kinda glitchy and restarting all the time. If I go into the Android app info for the settings, “Force stop” it, and then try again, FluidSynth plays everything beautifully. But something in switching the fonts is broken unless you do this.

  43. Asiah Sedgewick says:

    Works incredibly well with my controller app BeatScratch! I plan to link to it from within the app. My one complaint: after switching SoundFonts, the synthesizer starts going kinda glitchy and restarting all the time. If I go into the Android app info for the settings, “Force stop” it, and then try again, FluidSynth plays everything beautifully. But something in switching the fonts is broken unless you do this.

  44. Aberfa Coti says:

    Works incredibly well with my controller app BeatScratch! I plan to link to it from within the app. My one complaint: after switching SoundFonts, the synthesizer starts going kinda glitchy and restarting all the time. If I go into the Android app info for the settings, “Force stop” it, and then try again, FluidSynth plays everything beautifully. But something in switching the fonts is broken unless you do this.

  45. Ker Laurelene says:

    Works great with le bluetooth midi! I’m using it with a Korg microkey air on Android Q. Tip: connect to Bluetooth in the app, not in your android settings.

  46. Miquelle Marietta says:

    Works great with le bluetooth midi! I’m using it with a Korg microkey air on Android Q. Tip: connect to Bluetooth in the app, not in your android settings.

  47. Dream Clarabel says:

    Works great with le bluetooth midi! I’m using it with a Korg microkey air on Android Q. Tip: connect to Bluetooth in the app, not in your android settings.

  48. Hanly Cassibellaunus says:

    Works great with le bluetooth midi! I’m using it with a Korg microkey air on Android Q. Tip: connect to Bluetooth in the app, not in your android settings.

  49. Erickah Chassidee says:

    This is the best way I have found to play my launchpad mini on the go. I can even use my headphone jack (yes I still have one) to send the output through battery powered pedals into a battery powered amp! There are easily 1,000s of sounds and in the pro version you can record them directly from your phones mic! Perfect 5 stars any day of the week.

  50. Barda Christoph says:

    This is the best way I have found to play my launchpad mini on the go. I can even use my headphone jack (yes I still have one) to send the output through battery powered pedals into a battery powered amp! There are easily 1,000s of sounds and in the pro version you can record them directly from your phones mic! Perfect 5 stars any day of the week.

  51. Immy Teddie says:

    This is the best way I have found to play my launchpad mini on the go. I can even use my headphone jack (yes I still have one) to send the output through battery powered pedals into a battery powered amp! There are easily 1,000s of sounds and in the pro version you can record them directly from your phones mic! Perfect 5 stars any day of the week.

  52. Shalinda Diondra says:

    This is the best way I have found to play my launchpad mini on the go. I can even use my headphone jack (yes I still have one) to send the output through battery powered pedals into a battery powered amp! There are easily 1,000s of sounds and in the pro version you can record them directly from your phones mic! Perfect 5 stars any day of the week.

  53. Burkett Sibille says:

    So far I’m having a blast with this app. I ripped MIDI files from a few PS1 games to my computer, and set MIDI OUT to the app. I changed the voices of each channel in-app and remixed old tunes to get a totally different feel. Created new music away from home with my phone cable and an audio cable.

  54. Blayke Fulton says:

    So far I’m having a blast with this app. I ripped MIDI files from a few PS1 games to my computer, and set MIDI OUT to the app. I changed the voices of each channel in-app and remixed old tunes to get a totally different feel. Created new music away from home with my phone cable and an audio cable.

  55. Clerk Haze says:

    So far I’m having a blast with this app. I ripped MIDI files from a few PS1 games to my computer, and set MIDI OUT to the app. I changed the voices of each channel in-app and remixed old tunes to get a totally different feel. Created new music away from home with my phone cable and an audio cable.

  56. Basile Dorien says:

    So far I’m having a blast with this app. I ripped MIDI files from a few PS1 games to my computer, and set MIDI OUT to the app. I changed the voices of each channel in-app and remixed old tunes to get a totally different feel. Created new music away from home with my phone cable and an audio cable.

  57. Lianna Tori says:

    it just works, man! no bells and whistles, it just does what was promised… maybe the sf file selector could remember the last used directory, but that’s about the only issue I see…

  58. Roswell Albet says:

    it just works, man! no bells and whistles, it just does what was promised… maybe the sf file selector could remember the last used directory, but that’s about the only issue I see…

  59. Evelynne Halen says:

    it just works, man! no bells and whistles, it just does what was promised… maybe the sf file selector could remember the last used directory, but that’s about the only issue I see…

  60. Teddy Caersewiella says:

    it just works, man! no bells and whistles, it just does what was promised… maybe the sf file selector could remember the last used directory, but that’s about the only issue I see…

  61. Leighanna Andrei says:

    No frills. But works excellently with quality sound files you can download from the internet. Very good performance with midi over Bluetooth.

  62. Coy Stephaney says:

    No frills. But works excellently with quality sound files you can download from the internet. Very good performance with midi over Bluetooth.

  63. Gaylen Allicyn says:

    No frills. But works excellently with quality sound files you can download from the internet. Very good performance with midi over Bluetooth.

  64. Cayleigh Elwyna says:

    No frills. But works excellently with quality sound files you can download from the internet. Very good performance with midi over Bluetooth.

  65. Jasper Nicodemus says:

    Works exceptionally well, I plugged my MIDI keyboard to Samsung Galaxy S10 phone ! Jus hav to select the midi keyboard from drop then there u go ! Simple as that This app has ton of varieties of souds to choose from piano, guitar, violin and SFX and more

  66. Jasper Nicodemus says:

    Works exceptionally well, I plugged my MIDI keyboard to Samsung Galaxy S10 phone ! Jus hav to select the midi keyboard from drop then there u go ! Simple as that This app has ton of varieties of souds to choose from piano, guitar, violin and SFX and more

  67. Jasper Nicodemus says:

    Works exceptionally well, I plugged my MIDI keyboard to Samsung Galaxy S10 phone ! Jus hav to select the midi keyboard from drop then there u go ! Simple as that This app has ton of varieties of souds to choose from piano, guitar, violin and SFX and more

  68. Jasper Nicodemus says:

    Works exceptionally well, I plugged my MIDI keyboard to Samsung Galaxy S10 phone ! Jus hav to select the midi keyboard from drop then there u go ! Simple as that This app has ton of varieties of souds to choose from piano, guitar, violin and SFX and more

  69. Prakhar Gupta says:

    Extraordinary! Really great app and almost zero latency. Works with screen off too. Completely satisfied and does the job perfectly.

  70. Prakhar Gupta says:

    Extraordinary! Really great app and almost zero latency. Works with screen off too. Completely satisfied and does the job perfectly.

  71. Prakhar Gupta says:

    Extraordinary! Really great app and almost zero latency. Works with screen off too. Completely satisfied and does the job perfectly.

  72. Prakhar Gupta says:

    Extraordinary! Really great app and almost zero latency. Works with screen off too. Completely satisfied and does the job perfectly.

  73. Morel Bodin says:

    Very impressive low latency when played with a hardware MIDI keyboard, nice soundfont out of the box, and it even responds to aftertouch! Only issue: even with the premiun version, I haven”t found a way to save my preferred channel to instrument mappings.

  74. Morel Bodin says:

    Very impressive low latency when played with a hardware MIDI keyboard, nice soundfont out of the box, and it even responds to aftertouch! Only issue: even with the premiun version, I haven”t found a way to save my preferred channel to instrument mappings.

  75. Morel Bodin says:

    Very impressive low latency when played with a hardware MIDI keyboard, nice soundfont out of the box, and it even responds to aftertouch! Only issue: even with the premiun version, I haven”t found a way to save my preferred channel to instrument mappings.

  76. Morel Bodin says:

    Very impressive low latency when played with a hardware MIDI keyboard, nice soundfont out of the box, and it even responds to aftertouch! Only issue: even with the premiun version, I haven”t found a way to save my preferred channel to instrument mappings.

  77. Mas Alvin says:

    Great apps!! Thank you ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ‘ I plug Samson Carbon 61 to Asus Zenfone 4. Working very well with low-latency, nice sound output (external sf2 file), sustain, aftertouch and all the button plus sliders in midi controller do the right function I hope the developer give landscape screen and “save setting” function, so we can map channel, program and soundbank. And use it after restarting. And going better, if this apps have additional sound setting (e.g. EQ, reverb, attack, release, delay, etc)

  78. Mas Alvin says:

    Great apps!! Thank you ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ‘ I plug Samson Carbon 61 to Asus Zenfone 4. Working very well with low-latency, nice sound output (external sf2 file), sustain, aftertouch and all the button plus sliders in midi controller do the right function I hope the developer give landscape screen and “save setting” function, so we can map channel, program and soundbank. And use it after restarting. And going better, if this apps have additional sound setting (e.g. EQ, reverb, attack, release, delay, etc)

  79. Mas Alvin says:

    Great apps!! Thank you ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ‘ I plug Samson Carbon 61 to Asus Zenfone 4. Working very well with low-latency, nice sound output (external sf2 file), sustain, aftertouch and all the button plus sliders in midi controller do the right function I hope the developer give landscape screen and “save setting” function, so we can map channel, program and soundbank. And use it after restarting. And going better, if this apps have additional sound setting (e.g. EQ, reverb, attack, release, delay, etc)

  80. Mas Alvin says:

    Great apps!! Thank you ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ‘ I plug Samson Carbon 61 to Asus Zenfone 4. Working very well with low-latency, nice sound output (external sf2 file), sustain, aftertouch and all the button plus sliders in midi controller do the right function I hope the developer give landscape screen and “save setting” function, so we can map channel, program and soundbank. And use it after restarting. And going better, if this apps have additional sound setting (e.g. EQ, reverb, attack, release, delay, etc)

  81. Dmitri Kolomov says:

    Solid 5 stars. Perfect, literally no latency at all on S8. Only request is Multi soundfont support and maybe being able to view instruments by bank/preset number.

  82. Dmitri Kolomov says:

    Solid 5 stars. Perfect, literally no latency at all on S8. Only request is Multi soundfont support and maybe being able to view instruments by bank/preset number.

  83. Dmitri Kolomov says:

    Solid 5 stars. Perfect, literally no latency at all on S8. Only request is Multi soundfont support and maybe being able to view instruments by bank/preset number.

  84. Dmitri Kolomov says:

    Solid 5 stars. Perfect, literally no latency at all on S8. Only request is Multi soundfont support and maybe being able to view instruments by bank/preset number.

  85. Michael Mojo says:

    This app is the essence of simplicity. From what I see, it does nothing except perfectly render your MIDI input via the included SoundFont, or a SoundFont (SF2) that you find and load. I just wanted the equivalent of a piano sound module, and man… this is it. Find an SF2, load it, and play. That’s all there is to it, assuming your phone recognizes your MIDI keyboard. I have no latency at all with a Keystation 61 MK3 and a Samsung Note 8. Lets you concentrate on playing, not software.

  86. Michael Mojo says:

    This app is the essence of simplicity. From what I see, it does nothing except perfectly render your MIDI input via the included SoundFont, or a SoundFont (SF2) that you find and load. I just wanted the equivalent of a piano sound module, and man… this is it. Find an SF2, load it, and play. That’s all there is to it, assuming your phone recognizes your MIDI keyboard. I have no latency at all with a Keystation 61 MK3 and a Samsung Note 8. Lets you concentrate on playing, not software.

  87. Michael Mojo says:

    This app is the essence of simplicity. From what I see, it does nothing except perfectly render your MIDI input via the included SoundFont, or a SoundFont (SF2) that you find and load. I just wanted the equivalent of a piano sound module, and man… this is it. Find an SF2, load it, and play. That’s all there is to it, assuming your phone recognizes your MIDI keyboard. I have no latency at all with a Keystation 61 MK3 and a Samsung Note 8. Lets you concentrate on playing, not software.

  88. Michael Mojo says:

    This app is the essence of simplicity. From what I see, it does nothing except perfectly render your MIDI input via the included SoundFont, or a SoundFont (SF2) that you find and load. I just wanted the equivalent of a piano sound module, and man… this is it. Find an SF2, load it, and play. That’s all there is to it, assuming your phone recognizes your MIDI keyboard. I have no latency at all with a Keystation 61 MK3 and a Samsung Note 8. Lets you concentrate on playing, not software.

  89. Denis Isidoro says:

    It’s the best app out there if you simply want to hook up one midi controller and start playing. Extremely simple, but it just works. I couldn’t notice any latency even when using a complex Soundfont.

  90. Denis Isidoro says:

    It’s the best app out there if you simply want to hook up one midi controller and start playing. Extremely simple, but it just works. I couldn’t notice any latency even when using a complex Soundfont.

  91. Denis Isidoro says:

    It’s the best app out there if you simply want to hook up one midi controller and start playing. Extremely simple, but it just works. I couldn’t notice any latency even when using a complex Soundfont.

  92. Denis Isidoro says:

    It’s the best app out there if you simply want to hook up one midi controller and start playing. Extremely simple, but it just works. I couldn’t notice any latency even when using a complex Soundfont.

  93. Craig Middlewood says:

    The only free app I found that provides android users with Bluetooth midi connectivity, minimal latency, multiple keyboard effects and pitch/modulation control on my Microkey Air

  94. Craig Middlewood says:

    The only free app I found that provides android users with Bluetooth midi connectivity, minimal latency, multiple keyboard effects and pitch/modulation control on my Microkey Air

  95. Craig Middlewood says:

    The only free app I found that provides android users with Bluetooth midi connectivity, minimal latency, multiple keyboard effects and pitch/modulation control on my Microkey Air

  96. Craig Middlewood says:

    The only free app I found that provides android users with Bluetooth midi connectivity, minimal latency, multiple keyboard effects and pitch/modulation control on my Microkey Air

  97. Raphael Toast says:

    Fantastic app. Zero latency. Zero fluff. Highly recommend. I only wish the premium features were a little less pricey!

  98. Raphael Toast says:

    Fantastic app. Zero latency. Zero fluff. Highly recommend. I only wish the premium features were a little less pricey!

  99. Raphael Toast says:

    Fantastic app. Zero latency. Zero fluff. Highly recommend. I only wish the premium features were a little less pricey!

  100. Raphael Toast says:

    Fantastic app. Zero latency. Zero fluff. Highly recommend. I only wish the premium features were a little less pricey!

  101. Eric Witherspoon says:

    I have recently built a MIDI concertina. This app works significantly better than all of the other apps I have tried ~10. It plays the sound font with very low lateny, such that I do not notice it. It allows for panning, but currently all channels are panned (so this setting is not specific per channel). I built my device using Teensy, which I would reccomend. Both hands are split into separate channels. I do not see ads int he app currently (5/2021) and am not sure what the puchase unlocks.

  102. Eric Witherspoon says:

    I have recently built a MIDI concertina. This app works significantly better than all of the other apps I have tried ~10. It plays the sound font with very low lateny, such that I do not notice it. It allows for panning, but currently all channels are panned (so this setting is not specific per channel). I built my device using Teensy, which I would reccomend. Both hands are split into separate channels. I do not see ads int he app currently (5/2021) and am not sure what the puchase unlocks.

  103. Eric Witherspoon says:

    I have recently built a MIDI concertina. This app works significantly better than all of the other apps I have tried ~10. It plays the sound font with very low lateny, such that I do not notice it. It allows for panning, but currently all channels are panned (so this setting is not specific per channel). I built my device using Teensy, which I would reccomend. Both hands are split into separate channels. I do not see ads int he app currently (5/2021) and am not sure what the puchase unlocks.

  104. Eric Witherspoon says:

    I have recently built a MIDI concertina. This app works significantly better than all of the other apps I have tried ~10. It plays the sound font with very low lateny, such that I do not notice it. It allows for panning, but currently all channels are panned (so this setting is not specific per channel). I built my device using Teensy, which I would reccomend. Both hands are split into separate channels. I do not see ads int he app currently (5/2021) and am not sure what the puchase unlocks.

  105. Stephen Eisenhauer says:

    This app sounds and performs amazingly, and the “Chaos” SoundFont included is better than what you get in most commercial keyboards. My only wishlist items to make this better would be โ€ข Auto-connect to USB devices (if the OS supports it?) โ€ข Make the patch selection list a permanent screen in the UI rather than a pop-up modal (make the MIDI channel selection a modal instead) โ€ข Add a Delay (echo) effect alongside the existing Reverb/Chorus options Great work!

  106. Stephen Eisenhauer says:

    This app sounds and performs amazingly, and the “Chaos” SoundFont included is better than what you get in most commercial keyboards. My only wishlist items to make this better would be โ€ข Auto-connect to USB devices (if the OS supports it?) โ€ข Make the patch selection list a permanent screen in the UI rather than a pop-up modal (make the MIDI channel selection a modal instead) โ€ข Add a Delay (echo) effect alongside the existing Reverb/Chorus options Great work!

  107. Stephen Eisenhauer says:

    This app sounds and performs amazingly, and the “Chaos” SoundFont included is better than what you get in most commercial keyboards. My only wishlist items to make this better would be โ€ข Auto-connect to USB devices (if the OS supports it?) โ€ข Make the patch selection list a permanent screen in the UI rather than a pop-up modal (make the MIDI channel selection a modal instead) โ€ข Add a Delay (echo) effect alongside the existing Reverb/Chorus options Great work!

  108. Stephen Eisenhauer says:

    This app sounds and performs amazingly, and the “Chaos” SoundFont included is better than what you get in most commercial keyboards. My only wishlist items to make this better would be โ€ข Auto-connect to USB devices (if the OS supports it?) โ€ข Make the patch selection list a permanent screen in the UI rather than a pop-up modal (make the MIDI channel selection a modal instead) โ€ข Add a Delay (echo) effect alongside the existing Reverb/Chorus options Great work!

  109. Bob Wallace says:

    Was perfect for my needs, but the upgrade has made it more complicated used as practice high d whistle but use other sounds. Was easy to set up and use on my Samsung phone but had to change to tablet, what a pity it worked so well before….

  110. Bob Wallace says:

    Was perfect for my needs, but the upgrade has made it more complicated used as practice high d whistle but use other sounds. Was easy to set up and use on my Samsung phone but had to change to tablet, what a pity it worked so well before….

  111. Bob Wallace says:

    Was perfect for my needs, but the upgrade has made it more complicated used as practice high d whistle but use other sounds. Was easy to set up and use on my Samsung phone but had to change to tablet, what a pity it worked so well before….

  112. Bob Wallace says:

    Was perfect for my needs, but the upgrade has made it more complicated used as practice high d whistle but use other sounds. Was easy to set up and use on my Samsung phone but had to change to tablet, what a pity it worked so well before….

  113. Kaden Ward says:

    Edit – an update seems to have fixed this issue, and it works like it did before. A good app for using a cheaper MIDI keyboard to play a cleaner soundfront

  114. Kaden Ward says:

    Edit – an update seems to have fixed this issue, and it works like it did before. A good app for using a cheaper MIDI keyboard to play a cleaner soundfront

  115. Kaden Ward says:

    Edit – an update seems to have fixed this issue, and it works like it did before. A good app for using a cheaper MIDI keyboard to play a cleaner soundfront

  116. Kaden Ward says:

    Edit – an update seems to have fixed this issue, and it works like it did before. A good app for using a cheaper MIDI keyboard to play a cleaner soundfront

  117. Ramy Alaryan says:

    I have a request it’s a very good app but it would be perfect if it had sustain option personally I’m using for piano and also Internal volume control/volume amplifier without original Android volume master because I play on backing tracks and I’d like to control both volumes I hope you consider thanks I’ll give it 5 stars

  118. Ramy Alaryan says:

    I have a request it’s a very good app but it would be perfect if it had sustain option personally I’m using for piano and also Internal volume control/volume amplifier without original Android volume master because I play on backing tracks and I’d like to control both volumes I hope you consider thanks I’ll give it 5 stars

  119. Ramy Alaryan says:

    I have a request it’s a very good app but it would be perfect if it had sustain option personally I’m using for piano and also Internal volume control/volume amplifier without original Android volume master because I play on backing tracks and I’d like to control both volumes I hope you consider thanks I’ll give it 5 stars

  120. Ramy Alaryan says:

    I have a request it’s a very good app but it would be perfect if it had sustain option personally I’m using for piano and also Internal volume control/volume amplifier without original Android volume master because I play on backing tracks and I’d like to control both volumes I hope you consider thanks I’ll give it 5 stars

  121. Ali Bazrafshan says:

    Hello Volcano Mobile. Thank you for your great apps! FluidSynth is really fine and I love it but I have some suggestions for you. At first, please add an option to record songs as MIDI file and auto record MIDI files (Like the feature that exists in Modartt Pianoteq PC software) Then add recordings history to reach easily to recordings. Thanks a lot!

  122. Ali Bazrafshan says:

    Hello Volcano Mobile. Thank you for your great apps! FluidSynth is really fine and I love it but I have some suggestions for you. At first, please add an option to record songs as MIDI file and auto record MIDI files (Like the feature that exists in Modartt Pianoteq PC software) Then add recordings history to reach easily to recordings. Thanks a lot!

  123. Ali Bazrafshan says:

    Hello Volcano Mobile. Thank you for your great apps! FluidSynth is really fine and I love it but I have some suggestions for you. At first, please add an option to record songs as MIDI file and auto record MIDI files (Like the feature that exists in Modartt Pianoteq PC software) Then add recordings history to reach easily to recordings. Thanks a lot!

  124. Ali Bazrafshan says:

    Hello Volcano Mobile. Thank you for your great apps! FluidSynth is really fine and I love it but I have some suggestions for you. At first, please add an option to record songs as MIDI file and auto record MIDI files (Like the feature that exists in Modartt Pianoteq PC software) Then add recordings history to reach easily to recordings. Thanks a lot!

  125. Dexter Aparicio says:

    I am glad that I did not bought the Yamaha P-125 digital piano and that I sticked to my very portable “Korg microKEY2 Air 61”. With a loaded sound font and this app, I have all the sounds of a P-125 and hundreds more and I can play anywhere with my portable microKEY wirelessly WITHOUT any iota of lag. Please add MIDI recording or music score transcription to make this 5.0

  126. Dexter Aparicio says:

    I am glad that I did not bought the Yamaha P-125 digital piano and that I sticked to my very portable “Korg microKEY2 Air 61”. With a loaded sound font and this app, I have all the sounds of a P-125 and hundreds more and I can play anywhere with my portable microKEY wirelessly WITHOUT any iota of lag. Please add MIDI recording or music score transcription to make this 5.0

  127. Dexter Aparicio says:

    I am glad that I did not bought the Yamaha P-125 digital piano and that I sticked to my very portable “Korg microKEY2 Air 61”. With a loaded sound font and this app, I have all the sounds of a P-125 and hundreds more and I can play anywhere with my portable microKEY wirelessly WITHOUT any iota of lag. Please add MIDI recording or music score transcription to make this 5.0

  128. Dexter Aparicio says:

    I am glad that I did not bought the Yamaha P-125 digital piano and that I sticked to my very portable “Korg microKEY2 Air 61”. With a loaded sound font and this app, I have all the sounds of a P-125 and hundreds more and I can play anywhere with my portable microKEY wirelessly WITHOUT any iota of lag. Please add MIDI recording or music score transcription to make this 5.0

  129. basel Qt says:

    it’s overall a great app but i wish the developers could add an option to change how soft or hard the sound is i mean some keyboards don’t have pressure sensitivity when you play them and it always gives an output of 127 which is the hardest sound, wish i could adjust the pressure level inside the app to change the sound that comes out of my phone

  130. basel Qt says:

    it’s overall a great app but i wish the developers could add an option to change how soft or hard the sound is i mean some keyboards don’t have pressure sensitivity when you play them and it always gives an output of 127 which is the hardest sound, wish i could adjust the pressure level inside the app to change the sound that comes out of my phone

  131. basel Qt says:

    it’s overall a great app but i wish the developers could add an option to change how soft or hard the sound is i mean some keyboards don’t have pressure sensitivity when you play them and it always gives an output of 127 which is the hardest sound, wish i could adjust the pressure level inside the app to change the sound that comes out of my phone

  132. basel Qt says:

    it’s overall a great app but i wish the developers could add an option to change how soft or hard the sound is i mean some keyboards don’t have pressure sensitivity when you play them and it always gives an output of 127 which is the hardest sound, wish i could adjust the pressure level inside the app to change the sound that comes out of my phone

  133. Urram Videography says:

    It’s fine unless you play with audio. Set up is relatively simple but if you plug in earphones or take earphones out the sound becomes cracked and there’s no way to fix it except to uninstall the app and reinstall and try to NEVER EVER take out your earplugs

  134. Urram Videography says:

    It’s fine unless you play with audio. Set up is relatively simple but if you plug in earphones or take earphones out the sound becomes cracked and there’s no way to fix it except to uninstall the app and reinstall and try to NEVER EVER take out your earplugs

  135. Urram Videography says:

    It’s fine unless you play with audio. Set up is relatively simple but if you plug in earphones or take earphones out the sound becomes cracked and there’s no way to fix it except to uninstall the app and reinstall and try to NEVER EVER take out your earplugs

  136. Urram Videography says:

    It’s fine unless you play with audio. Set up is relatively simple but if you plug in earphones or take earphones out the sound becomes cracked and there’s no way to fix it except to uninstall the app and reinstall and try to NEVER EVER take out your earplugs

  137. Howard Jones says:

    It would be great if you could save patches instead of having to load every channel whenever you want 5o change. Also there is no information about what the Premium Features are. But what it does, it does very well.

  138. Howard Jones says:

    It would be great if you could save patches instead of having to load every channel whenever you want 5o change. Also there is no information about what the Premium Features are. But what it does, it does very well.

  139. Howard Jones says:

    It would be great if you could save patches instead of having to load every channel whenever you want 5o change. Also there is no information about what the Premium Features are. But what it does, it does very well.

  140. Howard Jones says:

    It would be great if you could save patches instead of having to load every channel whenever you want 5o change. Also there is no information about what the Premium Features are. But what it does, it does very well.

  141. Alan Dens says:

    Worked on a Casio WK 200 & Williams electronic keyboard, but I couldn’t close the delay in the more than noticable latency gap. Used it on an Alesis Q88 controller which had much less of a latency gap but worsening crackling in the audio, then the app stopped altogether transmitting thru bluetooth after I unplugged the usb B adapter end out. Will reinstall & see if I can get it going again tho, it had some promise being user friendly up to a point. Used another device & Alesis Q88 controller

  142. Alan Dens says:

    Worked on a Casio WK 200 & Williams electronic keyboard, but I couldn’t close the delay in the more than noticable latency gap. Used it on an Alesis Q88 controller which had much less of a latency gap but worsening crackling in the audio, then the app stopped altogether transmitting thru bluetooth after I unplugged the usb B adapter end out. Will reinstall & see if I can get it going again tho, it had some promise being user friendly up to a point. Used another device & Alesis Q88 controller

  143. Alan Dens says:

    Worked on a Casio WK 200 & Williams electronic keyboard, but I couldn’t close the delay in the more than noticable latency gap. Used it on an Alesis Q88 controller which had much less of a latency gap but worsening crackling in the audio, then the app stopped altogether transmitting thru bluetooth after I unplugged the usb B adapter end out. Will reinstall & see if I can get it going again tho, it had some promise being user friendly up to a point. Used another device & Alesis Q88 controller

  144. Alan Dens says:

    Worked on a Casio WK 200 & Williams electronic keyboard, but I couldn’t close the delay in the more than noticable latency gap. Used it on an Alesis Q88 controller which had much less of a latency gap but worsening crackling in the audio, then the app stopped altogether transmitting thru bluetooth after I unplugged the usb B adapter end out. Will reinstall & see if I can get it going again tho, it had some promise being user friendly up to a point. Used another device & Alesis Q88 controller

  145. Stephen Lin says:

    Works flawlessly with my M-Audio Oxygen 61. Very simple snd straightforward to use. A feature that I would love to see is the ability to link the Reverb, Chorus, and Gain parameters to the knobs and faders on my controller, I would pay the premium for at least that feature, if it is possible. Edit: Was able to accomplish this by setting the knobs and faders to certain MIDI CC values on the controller.

  146. Stephen Lin says:

    Works flawlessly with my M-Audio Oxygen 61. Very simple snd straightforward to use. A feature that I would love to see is the ability to link the Reverb, Chorus, and Gain parameters to the knobs and faders on my controller, I would pay the premium for at least that feature, if it is possible. Edit: Was able to accomplish this by setting the knobs and faders to certain MIDI CC values on the controller.

  147. Stephen Lin says:

    Works flawlessly with my M-Audio Oxygen 61. Very simple snd straightforward to use. A feature that I would love to see is the ability to link the Reverb, Chorus, and Gain parameters to the knobs and faders on my controller, I would pay the premium for at least that feature, if it is possible. Edit: Was able to accomplish this by setting the knobs and faders to certain MIDI CC values on the controller.

  148. Stephen Lin says:

    Works flawlessly with my M-Audio Oxygen 61. Very simple snd straightforward to use. A feature that I would love to see is the ability to link the Reverb, Chorus, and Gain parameters to the knobs and faders on my controller, I would pay the premium for at least that feature, if it is possible. Edit: Was able to accomplish this by setting the knobs and faders to certain MIDI CC values on the controller.

  149. Michael Jensen (Mikey) says:

    There’s no way to flatten the velocity curve. sometimes you can’t even hear the keys you’re pressing. Not like a real piano at all. Such a basic feature missing makes it not worth using.

  150. Michael Jensen (Mikey) says:

    There’s no way to flatten the velocity curve. sometimes you can’t even hear the keys you’re pressing. Not like a real piano at all. Such a basic feature missing makes it not worth using.

  151. Michael Jensen (Mikey) says:

    There’s no way to flatten the velocity curve. sometimes you can’t even hear the keys you’re pressing. Not like a real piano at all. Such a basic feature missing makes it not worth using.

  152. Michael Jensen (Mikey) says:

    There’s no way to flatten the velocity curve. sometimes you can’t even hear the keys you’re pressing. Not like a real piano at all. Such a basic feature missing makes it not worth using.

  153. Wouter Halswijk says:

    Works well, love the support for sustain pedal, but otherwise still a bit basic. One thing I’d love to be able to do is tune the velocity response, like with iGrand Piano.

  154. Wouter Halswijk says:

    Works well, love the support for sustain pedal, but otherwise still a bit basic. One thing I’d love to be able to do is tune the velocity response, like with iGrand Piano.

  155. Wouter Halswijk says:

    Works well, love the support for sustain pedal, but otherwise still a bit basic. One thing I’d love to be able to do is tune the velocity response, like with iGrand Piano.

  156. Wouter Halswijk says:

    Works well, love the support for sustain pedal, but otherwise still a bit basic. One thing I’d love to be able to do is tune the velocity response, like with iGrand Piano.

  157. Jaime Gutierrez says:

    Great as a sound module. Would like to be able to use it horizontally. It does not rotate.

  158. Jaime Gutierrez says:

    Great as a sound module. Would like to be able to use it horizontally. It does not rotate.

  159. Jaime Gutierrez says:

    Great as a sound module. Would like to be able to use it horizontally. It does not rotate.

  160. Jaime Gutierrez says:

    Great as a sound module. Would like to be able to use it horizontally. It does not rotate.

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